Up to 16 inches of snow fell in some parts of the Denver metro area over the weekend. With temperatures staying below freezing for a few days side streets could stay icy for a while.
Changes are on the way for parking meters in Denver. A new pilot program is logging the habits of drivers which means you can’t use the last person’s unused space.
Snow plow crews have been patrolling the streets in the Denver metro area since snow began falling Wednesday evening. But don’t expect those blades to clear side streets.
Homeowners are still cleaning up the mess made by trees that snapped under the heavy snow from last week’s snowstorm. Some cities are now offering special services to help people get rid of the branches this weekend.
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